The deputy ministry for shipping is ready to launch a study into the viability and cost of setting up a Ferry line linking Cyprus with Greece, and by extension with Europe and is already in contact with the Greek ministry of shipping, the House transport committee heard on Friday. The committee examined of its own […] The post Ferry link to Greece in the works appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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